For two sold-out shows this week at venerable Nashville club Third and Lindsley, Margo Price dazzled with songs off her magnificent debut album Midwest Farmer's Daughter, Gram Parsons and Billy Joe Shaver covers and a nod to Tammy Wynette. It was traditional country music at its most pure, performed by one of country's most authentic new artists. Our cameras captured Price, the first country act signed to Jack White's Third Man Records, both backstage and onstage at Third and Lindsley.
All made up for the stage, Margo Price poses in the green room at Third and Lindsley.
Price strums her guitar backstage, warming up for the first night of her sold-out two-night engagement.
Price and a longtime friend who oversees her merch table at gigs hug before the show.
Hair-and-makeup was essential for the high-profile homecoming shows.
Sporting a trucker hat message, Price soundchecks at Third and Lindsley.
Upon arriving at the club, Price was ushered first to the makeup chair.
Price and her husband and bandmate Jeremy Ivey warm up backstage.
Price performed songs off her debut album Midwest Farmer's Daughter, including the anthemic "Tennessee Song."
Price takes a breather in the hallway prior to returning to the stage for her encore.
Price included a cover of "Black Rose" by Billy Joe Shaver and "Ooh Las Vegas" by Gram Parsons in her set list.
Price and her tour manager share a moment backstage, as bass player Kevin Black, formerly of Sturgill Simpson's band, warms up.
Price shares a moment with a fan backstage at Third and Lindsley.
In between her main set and encore, Price stops to watch husband Jeremy Ivey perform.
Price's pre-show drink ritual included tequila, Tabasco and Georgia peaches.
Price grabbed her phone to take a picture of her band as they ran through the set.
Price performed her single "Hurtin' (On the Bottle)" as the final song of her encore.
Price and her band work out a cover-song arrangement during soundcheck.
Price was the first country artist signed to Jack White's Third Man Records label.
Price, who performed as the musical guest on Saturday Night Live in April, showcased songs from her debut album Midwest Farmer's Daughter.
Both nights of Price's engagement at Third and Lindsley were filled to capacity.
One of the highlights of Price's set is her duet with husband Jeremy Ivey.
Price shoots a glance upward toward the balcony during the first show of her two-night stand in Nashville.